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After getting the Mopar steering shaft rebuild for my 93 W250 and disassembling the original, I thought even after a rebuild its still the weakest point in the steering. So I decided to drop the 200$ and get the double joint severe duty shaft from Borgeson. Boy what a difference. All steering slop is gone and the shaft looks to be nearly indestructable. Super simple to put in as well (less than 20 min) using the enclosed directions. Just thought I'd drop a note and recommend it. It may not be a glamorous part, but it put an end to all the wandering and that alone is worth the 200 clams. Mr Plow
 

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i bought one of them as well...but only got the one with the 1 u-joint at the box it still uses the stock rag-joint. definantly worth the money in my opinion as well. i know people who buy boxes consistantly for that stupid coupler ,and i dont see the point since they can buy this shaft.
 

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i agree, after rebuilding the one on my 84, then the one one the 89, did the same thing. best 200 i spent. i need to get one for the 78 rc next.
 
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